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High energy self-phase-stabilized pulses tunable in the near-IR by difference frequency generation and optical parametric amplification

  • C. Vozzi (a1), G. Cirmi (a1), C. Manzoni (a1), E. Benedetti (a1), F. Calegari (a1), L. Luër (a1), G. Sansone (a1), S. Stagira (a1), S. De Silvestri (a1), M. Nisoli (a1) and G. Cerullo (a1)...

Abstract

We generate self-phase-stabilized pulses by difference-frequency generation of a hollow-fibre broadened supercontinuum followed by two-stage optical parametric amplification. This system allows the production of broadband pulses widely tuneable in the near-IR wavelength region. Energies up to 0.2 mJ with 15 fs pulse width are demonstrated. These characteristics make this source suitable as a driver for attosecond pulse generation.

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Address correspondence and reprint requests to: Giulio Cerullo, National Laboratory for Ultrafast and Ultraintense Optical Science - CNR—INFM Department of Physics, Politecnico, Piazza Leonardo da Vinci 32, 20133 Milano, Italy. Email: giulio.cerullo@fisi.polimi.it

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High energy self-phase-stabilized pulses tunable in the near-IR by difference frequency generation and optical parametric amplification

  • C. Vozzi (a1), G. Cirmi (a1), C. Manzoni (a1), E. Benedetti (a1), F. Calegari (a1), L. Luër (a1), G. Sansone (a1), S. Stagira (a1), S. De Silvestri (a1), M. Nisoli (a1) and G. Cerullo (a1)...

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